By getting a title, it does not allow you to drive on streets. The teryx does not have to be registered by Florida Law, but ATV's do. I just want to get a State of Florida Title for my Teryx so that I have proof of ownership. The Atv's have to have a sticker on them (registration) and you have to get a title. The atv's are not an annual fee like a car, but instead, a one time fee for the sticker ($35.00). That way, law enforcement can run the registration from the sticker and see that the atv is not stolen. Since the Teryx is over 50" wide, and you do not stradle the seat, you do not have to register it with the state. ATV's are still not street legal.
About 2 years ago, Florida passed a law saying that you could operate off road vehicles such as atv's and side x sides on public roads as long as the road was not paved (Dirt Road) and the posted speed limit was 35mph and less. In order to do this, you have to have a valid drivers license, and obey all traffic laws, including the speed limit. But along with that law, the state of Florida gave each county 30 days to adopt the law or refuse it. Most countys did not adopt the law. The county I ride in did, due to the amount of farms in the area and the fact that farmers use the dirt roads to travel from one field to another on there atv's. So where I live, it is legal to ride on dirt roads, but not on paved roads or the shoulder of paved roads (The right of way).